Surdiac Stove Accessories

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Surdiac Coal Stove ‘DVD’

Purchase your own reference copy for $18.50.  Shows you how to Maintain and and Operate your Surdiac Coal Stove.  Includes spring cleaning, how to light a fire, and how to operate your stove through different weather conditions.  Contains one and one half hours of so much info that you’ll have to watch it more then once.  A ‘Must Watch’ for any family member who tends the stove.  Includes tax, shipping and handling.

 

 

Surdiac Coal Stove Parts & Accessories


When you call, we will need to know these three things:
1   Does your stove have 1 or 2 ash pans?
2   Is the pyrex door Strips of 1″ glass or a single pane of glass?
3   Is your hopper removable?
These answers help us determine if you have a Small, Medium, Mid-size, or Large stove.

 

PA280132A. Large Left Grate (1 713,616,720 L)
B. Large Right Grate (1 713,616,720 R)
C. Medium Left Grate (1 513,612,520 L)
D. Medium Right Grate (1 513,612,520 R)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Left and Right Grate for #715 stove
(Large). (1 715 LEFT) (1 715 RIGHT)
B. Left and Right Grate for #515 stove
(Medium) or #466 stove small).
(1 515 LEFT) (1 515 RIGHT)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Cradle for grates for midsize and
large stoves. (1 716,616,720 C)
B. Cradle for grates for medium stoves.
(1 513,612,520 C)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Ash pan for small and medium sized
stoves. (1 513,612,520)
B. Ash pan for midsize and large sized
stoves (these require 2 pans).
(1 713,616,720 A)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Furnace paddle (left and right) for a
midsize or large stove.
(2 LARGE LFP) (2 LARGE RFP)
B. Furnace paddle (left and right) for a
small or midsize stove.
(2 MEDIUM LFP) (2 MEDIUM RFP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Fire Basket front and rear for midsize
or large stoves.
(2 LARGE FFB) (2 LARGE RFB)
B. Fire Basket front and rear for small and
medium stoves.
(2 MEDIUM FFB) (2 MEDIUM RFB)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Cast Hand Tool for #515 or
#715 stove. (5 TOOL 5/715CHT)
B. Cast Hand Tool for all other stoves.
(5 TOOL  CHT)
C. Riddle Bar for all stoves.
(5 TOOL  RB)
D. Latch Catch for Pyrex glass or ash
pan door. (5 HANDLE  ELCS)
E. Butterfly and Butterfly Screw for
heatexchanger cleanout plate.
(4 CLEANOUT N&S)
F. Heat Exchanger clean out plate.
(4 CLEANOUT CAST)

G. Mayer thermostat – fits all stoves
(5 MAYER VALVE)
H. Mayer thermostat valve.
(5 MAYER VALVE)
I. Ash Removal Flap. (5 ASH REMOVAL F)
J. Ash Removal Flap Hinge. (5 ASH REMOVAL)

 

11355323532A. Handle to slide right grate
B. Ash Pan Door Handle
C. Thermostat Knob
D. Furnace Cement (Retort)
E. High Temperature Black Paint
F. Pyrex Glass Door Handle
G. Cast flue outlet for heat exchanger

 

 

 

 

 

Stove Pipes

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. 5” x 24 gauge Barometric draft regulator
(7 BARO  REGULTR)
B. 5” x 24 gauge Elbow adjustable 0 – 90°
(7 ELBO-ADJUST90)
C. 5”  cast manual damper.
(7 KEY DAMPER)
D. 5″ x 24” 24 guage stove pipe.
(7 24″ PIPE)

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAA. Reducer 8” to 6” 24 gauge.
(7 REDUCER 8-6)
B. 5” x 24 gauge Clamping Collar
(7 PIPE COLLAR C)
C. Reducer 6” to 5” 24 gauge.
(7 REDUCER 6-5)

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMedium heat exchanger
(4 MEDIUM HE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMidsize or Large heat exchanger.
(4 LARGE HE)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Pyrex Glass for #715 stove.
(3 GLASS FOR 715)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAPyrex Glass for #515 stove.
(3 GLASS FOR 515)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOne Inch Pyrex Glass for medium,
midsize, and large stoves.
(3 GLASS STRIPS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAGasket Material
A. Foldable gasket 1 inch Pyrex glass.
(3 FOLDED WHITE)
B. 3/8” rope gasket.
(3  3/8″ GASKET)
C. Flat gasket.
(3  1″ FLAT GSKT)
D. ¼” rope gasket.
(1/4″ GASKET)

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARemoveable half hopper for Medium stove
models 512, 612, 513, 520 (stove takes
two halves)
(2 513,612,520)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARemoveable half hopper for medium
model 515 & small model 466 stoves
(stove takes two halves)
(2 515)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARemoveable half hopper for Large
model 516, 616, 713, & 720 stoves
(stove takes two halves)
(2 713,616,720)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERARemoveable half hopper for Large
model 715 Stove (Stove takes two halves)
(2 715)

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERABack Half Non removeable Hopper for
690 & 714 stove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

A. Top Front Half Non removeable
Hopper for 690 & 714 stove

B. Bottom Front Half Non removeable
Hopper for 690 & 714 stove

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surdiac Coal Stove ‘TIPS’

“Breaking In” Season Your New Cast Iron Parts
A cast iron stove should be “broken In” much in the same way a new car with a cast iron engine is: gradually.  After installing new cast parts from Myer’s Furniture, it is mandatory that five consecutive individual small coal fires be built in the stove prior to using it continuously with the hopper fully loaded.  The five “firings” are successive small coal fires being built with a complete cooling off of the stove to room temperature after each fire has gone out.  It is not
acceptable to build a small fire and keep it going for 2 – 3 days on a low stove setting.  The stove must be cooled off completely after firings in order to properly heat treat all the metal parts on the stove.   Only fill the stove with coal into the hopper about an inch with the thermostat set no higher then 1 – 2.

Alternet Method to Season New Small Cast Iron Parts:  Preheat oven at 325 degrees.  Place cast iron on rack.  Every 30 minutes increase the temperature by 25 degrees until the oven is maxed out.  DO NOT TOUCH THE CAST IRON!  IT WILL BE VERY HOT!!  Let the cast iron cool to room temperature.  Repeat the process to increase the temper of the metal.

These steps should be taken in order to prevent premature damage of new cast iron.  This will harden the cast iron for a full burn.

 

Gaskets

Gasket material is very durable, gets dirty and old looking, but has been known to last over 25 years.  A pressure impression does not indicate the need for replacement, but, a piece or section of gasket missing, worn thru or loose and out of position does.  A loose and out of position gasket can often be corrected by using a thin coat of retort/furnace cement as a bonding agent. If the impression in the Pyrex or ash door gasket is so deep that the door can be compressed after latching, adjusting the latch catch will generally be the fix rather then replacing the gasket. Gaskets are intended to “seal the gap” between two metal pieces, but are not intended to hold pressure.  If you decide a gasket needs replacing, you can purchase them from Myer’s Furniture.

 

Glass Cleaning

Do not attempt to clean the glass when it is hot.  Allow it to cool and wipe with a cloth and a vinegar water solution.  Do not scrape the glass with anything or use any abrasive materials. Scratches made in the glass can later develop into cracks.  Replace cracked or broken glass with 4mm ceramic replacement glass from Myer’s Furniture.

 

Thermostat Adjustment

The thermostat senses changes in the stove operating temperature and opens or closes a valve in the rear of the stove, regulating the amount of air the fire receives.  The thermostat dial, on the right hand side of the stove, has been set in the factory and is not to be adjusted except by a qualified technician.  Do not force the thermostat dial; turn it only as far as it will naturally go. When the stove is hot, the dial will not go back to zero.  The thermostat should be set as follows:

0 – 1 Mild temperature or nighttime use, 1 – 2 Normal usage, 3 – 4 Cold weather usage, 5 – 8 High heat setting.  Do Not Use the High Settings for a duration of more than Two Hours.  After operating in this high range for two hours, the stove must be operated at a setting of 3 or less for the next 24 hours.

 

Keeping the Fire Burning

Ash that forms around coal as it is burning needs to be physically removed.  This will need to be done about every 12 hours on low settings and every 6 hours on medium to high settings. Open the glass door using your poker to push the ash down along the edge of the fire basket on each side and along the front.  Close the glass door before starting the riddling process and open the ash pan door.  You will be looking for a live coal red reflection in the ash pan while riddling to know when the ash has been removed allowing the live red coal to rest on the grates.

There are 3 openings above the ash door where the poker must be inserted in order to shake down the ashes.  When you introduce the poker into each opening, use a sawing motion, starting in one of the front corners of the fire box sawing your way across the fire box to the other front corner.  Be sure to get the corners of the fire box cleaned out and that you are poking the whole way to the back of the fire box.  If the ashes are not thoroughly removed, less space will be available for coal combustion resulting in less heat.  Do not employ a side-to-side swaying motion when shaking the stove down because it will result in live and new coal mixing with the ash making it harder to push the poker to the back of the fire box before all the softer ash has been removed.  After shakedown, the coal hopper should be refilled.  Removed ashes should be poured into a metal container awaiting disposal. A coal fire burns from the bottom up through the pile of coal leaving ash on the bottom, then live coal, then new coal on the top.  Ideally, your riddling process should cause the ash on the bottom to drop through the grates allowing the undisturbed live coal to settle down to the grates with new coal flowing from the hopper as it fills in the top of the firebox area. Often the coal bed will not have burnt evenly from side to side causing the need for more riddling in areas.